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Mike Myers Reprises Dr. Evil Role in Funny ‘Tonight Show’ Sketch: Watch!

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Things just got a little more evil! Mike Myers appeared on Wednesday's Tonight Show dressed in his iconic Austin Powers Dr. Evil costume.
"Dr. Evil?" host Jimmy Fallon asked, as Myers swiveled around in his chair.
"No, it's Adam Levine. Of course it's Dr. Evil, numb nuts!" Myers quipped.
Fallon joked that Dr. Evil was one of President Donald Trump's fired cabinet members, asking him which department he was in charge of.
"Naturally, I was going to be Secretary of Evil, but Steve Bannon got that job," he quipped of the former White House Chief Strategist.
Dr. Evil noted that he was an "ideas guy," adding, "The wall, that was all me. But I wanted it to be a moat filled with spiky blowfish. And I didn't want the Mexicans to pay for it. I wanted Alec Baldwin to pay for it."
Fallon asked if Dr. Evil was the one who came up with the idea of banishing Dreamers, and he replied, "No, Jimmy, even I have my limits. I'm evil, but I'm not a monster."
He also made a quip about the president's son, saying, "Don Jr.? Well, that guy's creepy AF. He looks like he's missing a facial feature. You just don't know which one."
For more from The Tonight Show, watch the clip below!
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